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    It's BEN and Jerry, not GWEN and Jerry! Catamount's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarsparilla View Post
    Cat, link to your purchase?
    https://m.bedbathandbeyond.com/m/pro...=#BVQAWidgetID

    See if that works. :)

    The reviews are either five stars or one star, which is weird. We haven't had them for very long, but I've washed them several times and they don't seem any different than the day I bought them (no pilling, etc). We bought a light color so I wouldn't expect streaking. They are ridiculously soft and I love them.

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    I had a microfibre set once but they made me sweat something awful, I don't think they lasted the winter. But they were quite thick and fuzzy like you'd see in a jacket. I use flannel in winter and cotton in summer. I'm not too picky so I don't spend a lot.

    I seem to recall a set that was a jersey cotton, like t-shirt material that was a good compromise between softness and durability, but I think they were kind of sweaty too if I recall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamapalooza View Post
    I had a microfibre set once but they made me sweat something awful, I don't think they lasted the winter. But they were quite thick and fuzzy like you'd see in a jacket. I use flannel in winter and cotton in summer. I'm not too picky so I don't spend a lot.

    I seem to recall a set that was a jersey cotton, like t-shirt material that was a good compromise between softness and durability, but I think they were kind of sweaty too if I recall.
    The microfibre I bought aren't thick and fuzzy. They are just a smidge thicker than a cotton sheet, but thinner than flannel.


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    Thank you! I did order some sheets- the ones that CG posted. I'll definitely post a review. My sister swears by sheets from PeachSkinSheets. She says they are pricy, but "amazing".



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    Quote Originally Posted by Truffles View Post
    The microfibre I bought aren't thick and fuzzy. They are just a smidge thicker than a cotton sheet, but thinner than flannel.
    Yes, I thought so when I saw the photo you posted that it didn't look at all like the microfibre I had. I think I bought some first generation prototype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamapalooza View Post
    Yes, I thought so when I saw the photo you posted that it didn't look at all like the microfibre I had. I think I bought some first generation prototype.


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    We bought Brooklinen sheets and I love them! They seem to be holding up well and just getting better with each wash. http://www.brooklinen.com

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